Legal Action Update : Motion to BC Court of Appeal


David Aaron, lawyer for Citizens for Safe Technology Society, has now filed Motion to BC Court of Appeal regarding the wireless function of the smart meters and grid, and this will be heard by the BC Court of Appeal on October 18, 2012.

The public may attend to hear the appeal: at 800 Hornby Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, at 9:30 a.m. on Thursday, October 18, 2012.

BC Court of Appeal – Memorandum of Argument (PDF)

BC Court of Appeal (PDF)

2 Responses to “Legal Action Update : Motion to BC Court of Appeal”

  1. Sorina says:

    High time, that something was done about the smart meter affair. it is really quite simple.
    The smart meter is composed of inferior quality plastics etc. The electromagnetic
    pulses are 24/7 and not as stated by “Hydro” only a few seconds. Further more,
    The wire-less meter is not compatible with the analogue meter. With the result that there are fires reported and ill health effects. The smart meter is in desperate need of further investigation as to its safety, privacy, fire and health risks. This meter has no certification of any sort which establishes its safety. I do not feel that the citizens should be used as guinea pigs and have this contraptions forced up on them.
    Intimidation, bullying and scare tactics have been used. It is time to stop this in sanity People are the power and not the grid.

  2. e. kampschuur says:

    I tried to find the proper chamber on Oct.18 at 9.15 A.M. in the appeals court.
    No- one could direct me . Have been searching the court lists both at the Supreme and Small Claims Courts at Hornby and after Talking with a Registry clerk who did not seem to know gave up and drove back to White Rock.
    It would be appreciated to get a review about was has transpired .

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